TULSA - We have a winner!
Well, two actually.
The odds were long -- about one in 175 million -- but lottery officials say two jackpot-winning Powerball tickets were sold -- one in Arizona and one in Missouri -- with the winning numbers 5-16-22-23-29 PB 6.
The winners will get their share of almost $580 million, but nearly 9 million other people, including one person in Oklahoma, aren't walking away empty handed.
At least one $1 million ticket was sold in Oklahoma, meaning all five numbers were matched but the Powerball was missed.
Meanwhile, a press conference is scheduled for 9 a.m. in Phoenix. Lottery officials will reveal the location that sold the winning ticket, but no information will be released about the winner because the ticket has not been claimed yet.
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